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Popples, ist, Gi j best mule, Over"' CANNED GOODS Cash i'.B W Gaines" J 5 Pencb preserves, Frank 1st, Mrs. Lelo Hides 2nd; pear 2nd; best mule, nH preserves, Mrs. J3tllo Lear Is;, der tUreo, ' Mrs. Allen Hialt 2nd; cherry Lear, 2nd; best $ Burton 1st, M Cress, 1st, Mrs. Mary Miss Myrtle Shumate 2nd; apple best pair mulesj preserves, Mrs, Lela Hicks 1st, Mink, lst, JackJ Edgar Tyree 2nd; best display of most graceful preserves. Mrs. J M Crawford Mrs. Mary He J ist, Mrs. Maude Brown 2rd apple Clyde Siguiau, il jelly, Mrs J F Carter 1st. 'Mrs gelding, one yearJ Frank Cash 2nd; grape jelly, Mrg. E C Lane, 1st, WJ W A B Davis ist, Mrs Hides best niare or gej) 2tldj pear jelly, Mrs W A B Davis and under three J is', Mjs. Belle Lear 2nd; black Park Bros 2nd;-berry jelly, Mrs J F Carter ist, gelding, any Mrs W A liurson 2nd nicest honey J P ChanctlbP 2i coruh, W H Helton; sorghum," W gelJing. any ugot L King 1st, Mrs G M Siguian 2nd E 0 PepplcS" 2dt sweet pickles uny kind, Mrs J M or gelding, LL Oraviordvlst,Mrs Belle Lear and; Chancellor 2nd; ss. display canned fruits, Mrs. Mar,y mare or .goldinjgl Burton 1st, Mrs J M Uraword 2nd Dunu 1st, W 0 1 Krapo wine, W L Kmlc ist and ;nd runnjng yalker,' i3 vy v blackberry wine, Mrs W L Kllng tir n ii;:i.i. i wmvmui ist, Mrs Lela Hides 2nd; apple team, regardlessviucgar, John Lear ist, Cha Bur ship, Paik tfros Is ton 2ud; oueuniber pickles, Mrs Jor SJnd; best f L'da Sholton 1st, Mahala Brown sjnx, under six 2nd; display ,cut flowets, Mrs. Bros 1st, CT ..' ii j- n , w 1? v m , v C :iAf3: .t'V- . r . a .. -- V , f BU -r yf'"' & 7 JP--- 7 m r , t, -- , . 1 "tS''V. ui ifm -- F-"r- i '. ariL.tt tj .! "VOLttAIE XXVII. Wmm i,;21 j IJ"L1""1 aesaswitif" f rj i?jL jjiM&!fi3UBkj ?, liTiti TD&wi IJIV 1 MMfiUn ft f J p'ro-serve- s, I ',. . s' .i -- B5s3fHIHv L-- la ae gKL'gg TiiifrramBjgaA-rj- Many stout men have im&ginary troubles Stout men often have their ' - T! " fc - ir MislT4Sowdnrb0beorffis? .iHaSSftVf. f. wvCLnw.-2.ftv.i- v.viv! t yAR5-ric- r8 - 2s"; wv tA kjt ui m : ii' i 1111 vi clothes made by the Slow urc process, not roauzing mat tney could save dollars in moiey and lots tupo-mens- Alice Moore ist, Mrs C C Hovy.eli of ..worry mid-wai- t. r " We are well prepared' to -- with Clothcraft Clothes the clothes jthat fl, because they are correctly designed wear because they are right in" quality of materials and cost less because they nre tailored by scientific methods that increase "elfieiency . ' ' fit men of all sizes and shape f The season s newest creations in Clothcraft are priced $10 to $20. 2&J .3 2nd. vVilchor 2nd; beH HAND MADE ATRICLBS or golding, Ohasl Calico quilt, Mrs Arch Hayes ist, Mrs Laura Heltou 2nd; dresser Pepples 2nd; scarf, Mrs I S Ualtyead 1st, .Mrs iQi.r.ttf his colts K L Collier 2nd; counter panes, beaj mare and far Mrs R L Collier 1st, Mrs Lizzie more colts, W R Albright 2nd; enibroidefyjjabv Bros 2nd; best coij undorf-hirtsM rs Alice Moore 1st, and saddle stall ioiv B ,P Lane 2nd; Mrs Grace B Matson 2nd; shirt waist, Mrs Grace B harness and saddfl Matson tst, Mfs W E Graveley tng, Chas Dunn Is 2nd; kitchen apron, Mrs Grace B 2nd; best saddle si Matson 1st, Mrs Ida Taylor 2nd; E C Lane 1st, J N- embroidered corset cover, Mrs J S har.ness stallit)ti,?J Helsted 1st, Mrs Graco B .Matson L Dudderarand; 2nd; coat set any kind, Grace B LClyde Curtis and? MJSon; collar and. jabot in croche ner; pest walk, tfc , harpess marO under two, E 'ri wijuuift " i- -' k? . tjo lmprovementfr-GeoreeffLtuw- -;' Tihd?lbWt rence:r;. rru'r.ngd.Wid4f ram a J i iR.'dnevHMd" very plpasanr.vi$fc$ih relatives, a.'A ,jt at L(juisyillo.-MrAMrs. Brown nilti.CU ltTwn of Crab Of. .. "f . !SKCV yiiaTo,wasvisitJfg relatives heio intl.MV 1. ir r? ..J lonand. ...ri t v FPiFrishT ldMKClaDeBord of Withers . .. r ipr tn;ea op dponjfSatUjNvlth hOr parents. ,Sfei!,writric vnut; rjk-- jji.jjhiiis yas,iu oomer1 ipd hirnertS s,e,the fustjMifst week. Tfie Wrs.-- " JK&feBW. 8fll 1 A.' cf MW G. 'M;'Shells rJr-. -.--- T iu wj. iituc-aiiuw- J5:St2?u v'sTOiri onwr.vurviit v. y.-J- If every .article tojie exact- - jj jy rv - we;i'ej)resonL , it.j.iero,, nen we say bar- ' .. . gains 1 1 s fco. Tlint Vi somebody loses money la AAiKlKnintee v , - .. i; m 1 V " ;.'. 1 " r. -- tcerfam: fcjomottm.es - it is i( I .xir-y&atikto- ! " ftpc,-- ' , i;vc . manufactures, .again j&onjQ-"biretail- cdncera, 9 . Jl nd V-SY- N " A - ' andjsn'f times- we sacrifice custom- nrfifc vvto??'; flnj vnr Jpftf) bont'fit no mat- 1 ilo Irtsos, Jy W j - M j M wkswv-s.(s-s;,jii Ai 1 fCarter lyV, ttawaSibnfi: conducted at" t6nbiued 'Fpteiidsmp byBpo?s Sp ward, nd J lasu Monday ... Itadditio.ris. oiahL.wUhtSeverdr inhany'flgal 'was.oue of'the;bestr nieet1qgS'hat irlfc? 2nd: Vest-svpcf beVnifd in this : ".v-i f?hs jqe fe,el ?erv"gratef ul wf isc, u. to.tlrp. Anderson for his -- atilp us. illiaOar- sl8taJcedio rontjef ed aii Andfit-sou-closed-- lFniiri.fir .t- - J kL-- id -- -- imeiyM - rT h . SUTTON & McBEE Mt Vernon, KyJ N BRODHEAD FAIR A Splendid ,r Swing Draw-back. Weather The Only ' w lV a V ' :v VV It.i 1 . Mrs. The first exliibition ot tho now MUs Nannie Bailey 1st, Brodhead fair, on its new and John HysitiRor 2nd; Tomatoes, S iJoal grounds wa? a great success D Carpenter ist, J F Carter 2ndf notwithstanding tho rains on tho Homo dried apples, Mrs. Allen tirst and last days which for a Hiatt; Cucumbers, W L King ist, time each of those mornings looked Mrs. A'hce Mooro 2nd; Cabbage, as though it would put the fair J M Crawford ist, Cash Hiatt 2nd; out of business on those two days. Display vegetables, John Loir, ist The second day was ideal and the C H Frith 2nd; Apples, Mahala crowd was a record broakeV. Brown 1st, H C Joues 2nd; Poaches Secretary John. Rubins furnished H C Jones 1st, S C Owonv 2nd; a brief summary which we pub- Pears, W L King 1st, H C Jones 2nd; Whito grapes, W L King ist lish and is as follows: "A total of 429 entries in Mil tnd 2nd; Black grapes, W L King Floral hall alone. The second da ist, Cash Hiatt 2nd; WaFo melon, the irgest attendance in the bis J F Carter 1st, S D Carpenter 2ud; SPECIAL RINGS t ry of Brodhead fairs. A boom Cantaloupe, S D Carpenter ist, G Prettiest baby under i2 months On toj f Lunceford 2nd; Pumpkiuc, 0 iqg success asva"w.hole. doubt, Suc- HFriih 1st, Mrs Sarah Sigman MrsLillie 0vens 1st, tMrs Liilie .the first " Mrs Alico' TPavnter 2nd; best combined saddle cess seems to have crowned every 2nd; display of fruit. 2nd; tobacco or harness maroor gelding, Prank r effort. Planning already for th vloore ist, Jrider Barnett 1st ipidand: broom Brooks ist, Chint Lear 2nd; 'best 19I5 fair. Will make many im iorn, Mrs. Jack Labwell 1st, Mrs running walker, Roclecastlocounty provorhonts, "both on "groun a M Sigmau 2nd; sugar cauo, Chint Lear ist, Armp Hiatt 2nd; and premiums Big crowd to a ohn Lear ist, B. A. Riddle 2nd; best team, Rockcastle county, tend Stanford fair Thursday. Ap lillet, Willie Sigmun ist, Sarah Harrison Mink ist, C T Siguian given u predate fully support itginau 2nd; timothy, Will Dowell 2nd. from every quarter. Our molt SECOND DAY. t, Vulus Ddwoll 2nd; clover, entangled nil friendship forall, Best pair barred Plymouth George Jus Stavotson none. Will doubtless it auce to crease our acreage next year t .Voiderhoe 2nd; alfalfa, P EShivel Rock chickens. A! E. Albright, ist and 2nd; best pair black Ml 'accomodate such crowds as wa ist, Fred Slnvel 2111J1 norcas, Walter ,Q. Parks, Rich CULINARY DEPARTMENT here 2nd" day. Mora than ioo Mrs. Black cake, Gertrude mond; best pair chickens, any koptaway the lirst and third day W E breed, Walter Q. Park, 1st, A. E. Jweus; white cake, Mrs. and gloom; mi account of rain jraveloy ist and 2nd; chocolate Albright, 2nJ; best bull calf, weatbpr. Gate receipts mon than a ten "year average " Tin ;ake, Mrs. L. M Brown ist, Miss nnder six moiithsT J, J. Smith, premium awards were as follows tfannie Bailoy 2nd; cocoanut, Mrs ist, C. L. Leaj, 2nd; best bull. an Wheat, J L Hasty, 1st, Georg. Jda Sheltonf carm cako, Arch ago, J. J. Smith, ist, J. R. Green, Wolddrhold 2nd; Whe.at grown b Ubright ist, Miss Meade Barton best heifer calf, under six months, use of American Chemical Co.. aid; calce any kind, Mrs. Gertrude W. D. Peters; best heifer calf, Fertilizer, B A Riddle, ist. Ednt )weus ist, Miss Ella Belle New over 0, under i2, W. L. King, 1st Mrs, W E W, D. Peiers, 2nd; best milch cojw, Owens, 2nd; WnlteCorn, B A Rid and 2nd; lemon, pie, J F Carter 2nd any age, dairy class, AE Albright die, lst.Vau't King. 2id; Greer. Sraveiey ist, Mrs. Graveley 1st, W D Peters, 2nd; best cow, beans, W H Helton, 1st, Lela justard pie, Mm, W-Mrs. J F Carter 2nd; corn any age, J J Smith, tst, W L Hicks, ,2nd; Sweet potatoes, Mrs 1 ist, muffins, Clyde Sigmau 1st, Bessie King, 2tid; bestlierd, J B GfOen, Allen Hintt, 1st, Mrs. li M Mrs iigman and; biscuits, Mrs. Jeff 1st, W D Peters, 2nd; best buck, 2nd; Irish potatoes, Lela Hicks, 1st; Mrs. Allen Hiatt, tloldmin 1st, Mrs, J F Carter 2nd any ago, WL Chandler, 1st; SS 2ii5; best ewe, any age.W 2nd; Onions, Ed"Smith ist, John salt rising bread, Mrs. Jeff Hold-ma- Purcell, ist, Mrs. Ellen Hiatt 2nd; L Cordler, ist and 2nd; best mare Lear, 2nd; Turnips, 0 H Frith, Parsons, 2nd; Beets, yeast bread, Mrs, J. M, Crawford mule colt, under aix manias, E C lat, Margie n I year-beyon-d John-Lea- ery, Ida G Taylor ist, I S Halsted 2nd; silk embroidery, Mrs. R L Collier ist. Mis Jennie Tatum 2nd pair pillow case's. I S Halsted ist. Mrs. R. L. Collier, 2nd;- - initial or monogram, Mrs Gertrude Owens ist, Grace B. Matson 2nd; dressed doll by girl under i3, Bessie Smith 1st, Margie Maharg 2nd; pincushion. Grace B, Matson 1st, Ida G Taylor 2ud; home made soap, Mrs A E Albright ist, Miss Meade Barton 2nd; fern, Mrs J M Owens 1st Mrs Lida S heltou 2nd; foliage plant any dind, Mrs J M Owens; braiding, Grace (3 Matson ist, Mrs W E Graveley 2nd; speci?nen cross stitch, Mrs R L Collier ist, Mrs Graco B Matson 2nd; drawn work, Arch Albright Sin, 1st, Mrs Grace B Matson 2nd; towels om; broidored, Mrs R L Collior ist Graco B Matson 2ud; infant knit or crochet sox, Mrs Clyde Siguian 1st, Mrs Allen Hiatt 2nd; childs rompers, Mis W E Graveley 1st, Mrs Ida G Taylor 2nd; splasher for wasbstand, Mrs Grace B Mat-soist, Mr Gertrude Owens 2nd crochet lace, Mrs J M Crawford 1st, Mrs G T Lunceford 2nd; laundry bag, Mrs Ida G Taylor ist, Mrs C C Howell 2nd; harness rig, maro or gelding, John and Charles Burnett of Sterling Curtis 1st, Chas Dunn Ocaki, spentaturday night and 2nd; best running walker regard Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. H. less of age or sex, W C Wiloher Brown. 1 t, F L Thompson 2nd; best FINE FOR FARMERS sweepstake roadster stallion, maro or gelding, any age, C L Dudderar ist. Chas Dunn 2nd, Helm Works Out Pian to Help Them J T Rigsby 3rd. Their Produce By Mall. RACES ' FIRST PAY. tWm. u wferf tva notue uiyviqcnesiur rtippaay auer ijt. .4iV t WtJ J UW1W ,J ptices average E" QPVtrYnrr'ror,-Jtl IW VVs r . . We: cannot too strongly e:mpRasize the ,woppor- tur5tjti&g her.e ..presented 'for thaisaving of wioney. . VUv; " - :& ll-- " '" IpBELOW REGULAR' Sensational !;: Kr.'it t ; ?jJ a 'i- j ... - y .; .. ..? . r4. I . . . j PRICES in 1 Bargains Sell Shoe , Clothing, Dry Goods, Groceries, Hats, Hardware and n v Running race, Rockcastle coun- ty plug horses, Willie Rogers ist, Chas Cartor 2nd; trotting race, Park Bros 1st, Win Combs 2nd, Park Bros 3rd; free for all mule race, Chas Carter 1st, Alfred Owens 2nd. KACUS SECOND DAY. Muio race, Grant Mullins ist, E L McMinney 2nd, Chas Cartor 3rd; cunning race, W R Mooro 1st. linarft Hnairlnn inrl P. 'P Sigman 3rd; trotting .'race, W M Combs 1st, Park' Bros 2nd, Jim Marcura 3rd. , KACES TIIIUD DAY Mule race, E L MctCinney 1st, lt, 1 oig-man.- Chas Cartor 2nd, JohnClontz 3rd; states. running race, VR Mooro ist, Under the oporatiou of this plan George Hoaglan ' 2nd, Park tho Postmasters at Cincinnati and Only ti few days ago a big Shoe House in Toledo, Ohio, Bros 3rd. failed their ontire stock was sold by order of the Courts. Louisville will invite farmers in all Wu wore fortunate enough to get about 4,000 pairs of of tho continuoug territory to send 100 REWAKD 1'J0 Men's, Jjiidies', Boys'i Misses' and Children's Shoos and to the Postmasters their names Tho readers of this paper will be Oxfords that coiiio "from the bust manufacturers in the aud tho produce they are willing pleased to leaan that there is at AT OUR. OWN PRICE. - Wo whole, country least one dreaden cllseaso that to sell direct to the city consumers to allow our customers to reap tho benefits of this science has been able to cure'in all thru the pared post. Those lists remarkable purchase-and that is Catarrh, will be posted in painted form in its stages, Hall's Catarrh CutJ) is tho onlv the postotfices, and city housepositive cure now known the mod' cash only loose for shall ical fraternity. Catarrh being a wives cau select the farmers with constitutional disease, requires n whom they wish to deal. Tho Our prices all through our big line will open your eyes. constitutisnal treatment. Hall's empty market basket will be sent Catarrh Cure is taken internally, to tho farraor, who will fill it und Wente practical Retnil men. We know BARGAINS actingdirectly upon the blood and send it back, by the cheap rates of are what you want and, By George, we arc going to see t mucous surfaces the system. that you get 'em . thereby destroying the foundation the pircel post In each postoffice there will be hiving tee pa of the diseaes, and tient strength by ljuildiug up the posted minute diiections for packconstitution auu assisting nature ing and mailing produce to be sent 3 o The proprio by tho parcel post. Iu this way 71. . in doing its work "" SJJI!:"" tors have so much faith in its cura its f::::; J. tive powers that they offer One the Postmasters at Cincinnati and will become the agents Si:!! . Hndred Dollars for any case that Louisville .. it fails to cure. Send lor list of tjfru whom the producers and consumers will deal and the middle testimonials. Address- - F. J. Clitfle'&-- . Co.. man will bo eliminated from the . Toledo. Ohio. Sold by?all Drug- equation. . . gists, 75c, Mr. Helm will send out letters Tulee Hall's Family Pills for eon. of instructions to stipation. Jonrilal. ' Constipation is the starting Apply a cotton cloth wet with BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT point for many serious disoasos. to all wounds, nuts, burs, sores or To bo healthy, keep ' the bowels blisters, and note Jtswopderful active and regular. HER BINE healing power. It is prompt and will remove all accumulations in Very effective. Price 25c, 50c the bowels and put the systom iu Prico 50c Sold porbqttle. and,$i.po Soli by prime condition. Brodhead, Ky. by John Robins, John Robins, Brpdhfead, Kyv pro-pos- e . News comes from Washington that Congressman Harvey Helm has induced the Postmaster General to send instructions to the Postmasters at Cincinnati and Louisville to iustall in these cities tile system of bringing producers and consumers together tnat has been inaugurated by the Post master of the City of Washington. The experiment of bringing farmers and city consumers together thru tli medium of the parcel post was initiated at the. Capitol City by Postmaster Prae ger, under instructions from Post' Burleson, and has proved a succass, the department master-Gener- Furniture Just received a now' car of tho Old Reliable, best of all American Fence in at lower prices than ever sold for in Rockcastle County. Now is the time to' buy your Fence . SPECIAL Bargains A Shoes i ,j A We turn them spot NOW GET BUSY. 1 "" ?,! IMIMIIttMIIIIIMIIitllllM'MlltM U. j. -- 25.000.-Interi- or - ei tt. BAKER Rockcastle's Biggest b Store l.ZXZXZZZ....SSIliiitii. . $ n if? CASTORIA CASTORIA n Children' Ory FLETCHER'S . FOR OMldreix Ory FOR FLETCHERS ...ft! !!:.!! '!I ..o :::! !!!"!! JI . 1 ????" .idifi. yj i'A- - '!.' rtr - vCfiV;rp h A t j Mf. VERNON SIGNAL Fuiuay, Aug. ci, 1914 There arc forty umomohiliS'S ni Browning-an- town arid at le.ist ten ween in iiigliifetinford. meet-inn litle sou ar! vifiit- - lUcntlaiicc at. tho good ro.uUi lHSt Wednesday 'co-one- exemng.' PublisJud every Friday by EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. ITB3CHIPTKIN ONK VltAll $I.OC 01. the other, thirty coujd ony r it tunes activo ition w are of the opinion we could get Hbone-wain about of, the time we will. -- Thivo Statu;. one-fourt- raliehd y It Aivt'iiiiij rates made known application MKSinHR 1,1 V ISIlsTON. 1 KENTUCKY IMIKSS Tuosuiy, as we were assiny down the stieet, wo heard soun Ol' ASSOCIATION one Miiginn aud looting around we beheld our old friend. W. M. j b f f v ' T r i Yfr HicUs, coming towaid us and singing at the top of his voice. The following is the beautiful song he was singing: ROLLER FLOUR HILL In your own com. quickly bulldupablirraylmrilourlradorlijlit I will be all smiles tonight, love, You can rnunlty. If. the erownliur htajmrnt of th. Brl Em Uh mlU I will be all smiles tonight; .Inrontor.Tottctjail. AKuaniniewi """," ""'riVr.-- r ..A rtHn .... " in? lalnt3. A. comnicio roiicr dour rani Altho mv heart will break toJUDGE BETHURUM only ono man nnu jiuo power iu nuuiu morrow, bio. "A Bnrrel o Better Flour Cheaper" Judge HurKfs-- J. Uethuium will I will be all snli'es tonighti much cheaper than tin Unrest mlllf. Grlndi rye and buck In- - a candidate to lor Wo found out litter what made wheat, too. Any onecanopumeii. ELK3 AT GEORGETOWN the ofTur 9f iicntt Court ndpe our frfend fee! so lively on this ., no f revioua niiunR wperwnw n entry it,I Get a "Mldttet" on 30day Wa of this Judicial district. Should occasion. His best girl was in D ilIIFF'ii'fncSSiTrr5. money ubck cuuranice. Address of Welcome Delivered YouWenot himttoriek IWWTll hi the Republicans renominate him? town and would not go home until Mayor Stone. VUfclllUVII IU Bain. We speak as a Democrat running the following evening. I. W. Georgetown, Ky. The meeting hen J iii a Democratic paper. As such wo Catlin was attending court in of the State Klks" Association brougb ,lt Cl Send for This Tree Book do not iiSMime to control politics dolegutlo to Ueorgetown a larger Vernon, Tuesday, Miss Ella Mae "Tho Ktorv of a Wonder Not for one moment would we dic- Farley is visiting than any convention over held hen fill Flmir Mill" tclllnir l-- V relatives in nlial nlhern aroitolnif wllh Kvory Klks lodge la tho stato had re But we to the Republicans. tate it and what you, yourtolf. Lebanon Junction this week, and resontatlvcs aud tho wholQ tofvn wa can uo. have a right as an editor, citien, sjiueone is very In gala attlro to welcome tho' visitor ANGLU.AHERICAN MILL lonesome. Miss taxpayer and as one who is very Nottio Bice is visiting relatives in iu inc. The formal opening of tho rcunlo! 517 Trill BUf. OwcitUrIr. took place at the Georgetown Ojui. much interested in the cnnimer Stanford. J, L). vVnlton was in House. Mayor Klnzea Stone dellverr oral, financial, moral and educationtha address nf wolcome and prcsenti Mt. Vernon, Monday. C, H. Rice al growth of our County. As was in Loudon, Tuesday, the koy of tho city to the straVgert - smzssss: 011 busi jsmujasa-JTrfTr- a In behalf of the citizens of Scott conn interested ness. such we are naturally Mrs. Cockrell WJtit to ty, Hon. II. Church Ford delivered ait in the selection of our officials to other welcoming address, which wa Stin ford, Sunday, and will remain W . execute our laws and to adminis ic3ponded to by State I'rcsldeiit t'rei in that city for a few days.C. J. C. Neutzel, of Louisville. Judge Rice is in ter Justice in our courts. From Dirt, Dust and Drudgery Cincinnati for a few Bethurum was born aud reared days. -- L. H. Davis will soon have 31,000 , PAID ADMISSIONS Ulinsa among us, educated in our schools his new brick store room readv okJlUM and admitted to the practice ol for his large To Blue Grass Fair, According Tf stock of goods. HMI'1 law right here in his old home neport issued. There will be a supper at the Ma Combination Pneumatic Sweeper town. He married into one of the sonic Hall, August5th, proceeds Lexington, Ky. About 31,000 per Release from broom dnidutrv from llie tliila of mov. very best and most inlltiential to ho ing and lifting furniture and from the dingetout Kattering Used fur the bfiieuof the Fons paid admission at tho gato durln Uo was fu miles of our county. tho lthie flrass fair this year, these ac! Ivrrr'M'!'! i,! lodge. Tickets are already on sale :j p4ijil' ol dut and germi lr)al are raled by the use ol die broom and ine ow laihioned carpet weeper, can be attained by a Miccessiu! lawyer and made a Admission missions not Including holders of e the uk ol the Dunt.oy Combination Pneumatic 25c. We are expect hihltors tickets. This was the high class Commonwealth At ing a nico time Sweeper, which, Jlhougrj eaiily operated by hand, and would be glad of tho fair attendance give create powerful suction force which drawi out all the dirt torney. Fie is serving his first to see the room full, We out by Treasurer John O. Cram or T and dun found in your rugs and carpeti and at the Mine believe I'llmltsldiiH to the band concert on th term as Circuit Court Judge mid before mony more Sabbaths shall ("'SJiiL''" 'iii,J time the revolving abruih picas up all lint, pins, threads, I erably short of last year's crop Is thi Sunday night preceding the fair nett ravelins, etc. mid hod left Others cLnn He stands for has made good. piss thero will be a wedding in that, he ha n' benn sr-$1,000. Deducting this from th THE DUKIICY SWEEPERS are made in three size, and sold sine consensus of tho reports iccelved from about number of admissions will leav law ami order. There is no sta'n practically all tho countlps of the Hur- total under a rigid guarantee lor one year. You may try a Livingston. I would call niijios of last weoV. S ley belt by the Durley Tobacco Co. ai 30,000, or E.000 a day for the six day the iitnr on his private life. His daily con M but Sam is fo bashful nud'wou'd when wo pirt KrvMir: tl trii in your own home (or 10 days Fret ofChtr&o. du-- t has been in keeping with his tee Maret we shall de- Its headquarters h this city. The of tho fair. Por more detailed Information' wrllt TODAY say I did it intentionally which cover" mand a full explumtiou of this reports, whichdays, conditions up to high judicial position. He has wo don't mean to do. tho last few Indicate that, even SUGAR t Frank mater. IS HARDEST HH uiiin Later: S. C. ;Frauklin with favorable weather conditions, th, studied to know tho law that he Marris, Assistant Master of Trains, was down Tuesday Co I Ountla. Pneu antic Sweeper and tried to crop of this year will not be more than might applv it correctly. Fear- on Prlqe of Food and Apparel Advancln tho Kentucky Division of tho S3 last CHICAGO 3B"i : "T 63 0 S. State Street I smootlio matters over but lie only as per cent of that ofwas reason, and, lessly and fairly has he presided L & N, R. at Lexington. last year's crop alo a K., is taking avuca I' added more fuel to the fire. in the trial of cases and tho Re tion and will visit several large one. It Is estimated that, tho proLexlngto'n Ky. Everything excop duction this year will 'be decidedly the pliblicans of this count should cities whjle gone. Bill Bullock, itly smallest for a number of seasons. '' IHTOJUI take pleastuo Pi standing solidly all around operator of L?jia,io 1. Therefore tho prices are expected to Lexington bccaiae of tho geacial Ku ttBNBBaBSKrmt&XSSBSKmti'HN HOPE W K L L behind him in his race for 10 is be high,- and It is prophesied by to- ropean war, according to wholosal SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION cop) ing in thodispatcli'cr'iniflioL-fobacco men here that 'the will i;rocers. hardware dealers, druggist? nomination. As a splendid proMrs. Win. Niceloy of tins- place' open In November with market on a tiothlng men, women's outllttcis, auti a few days L GPaliu was sales duct of our own county and as a at Pine Hill, Monday, Geter has spent Sunday and Monday with scale decidedly abovo those of pre mobllo dealers and the Ave and tei Rent stures. The local wholesalo su efficient, conscien just returned from a few Sv?th f. day's Mrs. James Niceley at Mt Ver ceding years. ar market has probably shown a big tious official lie is justly entitled to vaintiou. Miss Chtistino Asiier, 11011. Tho liaptist Association jer Increase in price than any or"' it. at Freedom WIPING OUT ILLITERACY commodity, to advance aiuountlng t of Bi'rca, ia visiting her sister, woich will t.e held about GO per cent of what it was thic church this year will commence Why McCreary Ran For Sena- Mrs. Li. H. Davis, at this place. Almost Entire Population Preparing tc weel.s ago. Mr. and Mrs. G.D. Cook and Mrs September the (.)th. Miss Nellie iB tJsM BHBHHslHsk fjitta QSM9UK5Q H t 9 I Attend School. Btf Jl LA tor MEN THREATENED her a tit Mrs Nora Jenkins attended the lirod-h- Kuby is visiting . Lexington. The unusual spectacle Many of Gov. McCreary's best id Fair. Little George Jenkins John Clout, at Mt. Vernon -- The Books Were Not Delivered oh Tims friends among which were one, who has been very sick for a fo.v dcith angel visited tho home f of tho population of an entire county the Charge. old and young, armed with schoo carnestlv advised him, a year ago days is slowly improving. " , A Mr. Sod Howe August 13th. and books and slates on their way tc I Franlcfort, Ky. Suits to forfeit tl not to mak- - the race hr U. S. Oliver and family will leavo iu a claimed for its victim Mrs Howes' school, will be witnessed In Claycoun SPECIAL TRAIN publish!!, bonds of 21 Senator. '1 lie returns seem to few days for a ten day's visit with mother, Mrs. Martha Mink. Mrs ty, Kentucky, this fail, nccordlng to 'aouaes for failure to comply with the' Information received hero. Dr. J. T indicate who were his real friends relatives in Ashville, N. C Mrs. Mink had been suffering from C. Noo, dean of the education depart- lontracts to deliver and oxcliang B U I iOW X for these who were most ins'siont J W. Sams and children are visit tuberculosis for several moivths ment of Kentucky Stato university books under tlio act and contract c Bbuavua 1914, were advised by TICKET AGENT FOR PARTICULARS. that, he get ii.to tho race seem 10 ing relatives in frhepliordsvillu but she bore her suffering with this city, has just returned from that Rarksdale Hamlctt, who State a Sup cci. MsomimBsaxastssnassrptsasmsEnssxBsxfiiiX after county and brings tho nowa that at have "thrown him down," if the this vyeek and attending tho fair much patience, realizing that her the recent session of th'o county teach ferenco with Atty. Gen. Cciinett wire vote in Iheii counties is any critu oays on tariu were lew out sue era' institute, held at Manchester, tin he fact to tho publishers and i'i Mrs. Annie Jiurber, of Boston, nounccd tlint ho would furnish the r. county seat. Clay ion. Jusi why he listened to their who has been vMting ln-- djtigh poke to many different friends on record as bolng county placed Itsoll orney general with facts Mifllclent t tho first county In s rene voices mcius to hei'xpluii.ed tor' has returned homo. UNOEHTAKER and EMBALMEB did nut tho Uluo Grass atato to organlzo a 'vnrrant biich nctiosi.MRs and told them that she Scores of letters from county super in the Ricliinoid I'egibter ol the Eva Koyalty, of Louisville, is vis dread de.11 li for she was prepared county Illiteracy commission for the Intendonts, complaining that in which is published iting her sister, Mr. J W. Terrv to meet her savior iu that bright purposo of effectually stamping oui curret tho pulillslicrs were rrfuslu Illiteracy thero. According to statls in McCtcarv's homo town ar.d to local dealer Mrs. Maggio Waddle and child world bho leaves besides host tics compllod by tho county, superln to supply hoards of educ heartily supported him. Editor ren are visiting relatives at East of relatives and ,hieno"s, two tondont, there aro 2,8C0jllltoratea in selected, tlio countymany tlon utid that In others loci Pickels says: A gre.it many of Bornstadt.. -- Mr and Mrs W M daughters to mourn her loss. The Clay county. dealers under Instructions from tl our people to whom the Governor's Preston and children are visiting daughters are Mrs So.i Kowe and FIVE MILES publishers wcro refusing to accept OF MODEL ROAD exchange for tho how stato adoption defeat has bieti apparent for some relatives at Boston and Leba and Mrs. Parks Reynolds. After Letcher Fiscal Court Provides for Five old books, which nro not la good co timo, have been wondering why nou Junction. Mr. Preston is short funeral serices held by Rev. dltlon. Notably among them he moi airrii iiti . Miles in County. StHnforcT. a man of his politic.il taking his vacation tioned that Superintendent I.lzzlo Gra Born to Curinual her remains were hid lo r i iti, vxumham, of Greeno county; II. II. Borcl: should allow himself to be dr.iwn the wife of W N O.vens, a fine rest Friday afternoon at old Mt toimawmariiainw Whltesburg, Ky. The Letcher fiscal of Madison, and L. K Foster, of Chrl into a hopeless conflict. We ques boy on tho 115th. Another repub Pleasant burrying'ground toawait court has perfected arrangements foi Man, COOKING UTENSILS advised him that books wcro with the completion of the model roadwaj tioned, the Governor, along this lican iu tho camp Mr and Mrs tne resurrection if tlio best quality at" very reason between Mayklng and Kona, a distance held from dealers In their counties. last week and ho told us his rea Fred Owens, after a week's visit (Jeorge McLetnore of Louisville, of six miles, In thp edgo?of the coal ible priuys nitty be foujid htro in LARGE STOCK BARNS BURNED son lor entering tho primary was with relatives here luvo also returned spent several days with litt'c Holds; Ave the building of an addiTho gtiittest ?teat assort niPiit. miles between Kona and that he had the absolute promise home. Several attended court at Hassie Niceley last week. Sever tional large it care Bowling Green, Ky. Two should always beexorcis-cHemlng, the now Industrial city In of Mr. Stanley to withdraw from Mt. Vernon fiom this place,' Mon al children of Hopewell section, the coal fields. With this connection stock barns on tho farm of It. Weill y keep all cooking uton- - Is cluin, the race, having the field to him nay. Judge and Mrs R. G. Wil Miive whooping cough and it is a Jhero would bo modelroadway bo Covington, one mile from tho city or 'iidvfor this purpose. pike, were do3troyec the Scottsvllle ineen aiuyiung anu iiuruine, one 01 by fire. Thirteen mules which were 1. aud Mr Beckham. He stited to liains, of Covington, Ky., wore great diu v back to tho school. tho towns of tho Consolidation Con the barn were burned to death, whlcl , Alluminurri or Granate us that Stanliy to him he wished litre between trdns Mo .day, on Rev. Canuical tilted his regular Co., going via Fleming, Mclloberts only to advertise himself this time, kotitu homo from Mt. I'or.'on. appointment fl Lino Creek Shtur-da- Dunham and Jenkins to,Burd!ne, IS were valued at sov.eral thousand dol s by all means' tlio dest-- . The com lars. Sovoral buggy houses contain m little gi eater at first, but it i in order to Ik come a candidate for whore thov have been for a few Ing conveyances were destroyed. and Sunday. A small child miles. Mount Vernon Monumental ' Iways cheaper in the end to buy the Senate six years fiom now. days visiting re. a lives and fiien Is of Mr and Mrs. James Kirby died BUILDING COAL STORAGE BINS PLAN $40,000 SCHOOL .BUILDING rjood ware at a tail' price, than the Consequently tho Governor con The judgo has held a good otlico baturda). WORKS Series of 150 Steel Receptacles Being tinued m tho race expecting fctau almost over since he has boon in . . Plkesvlllo, Ky. A contract has been jheiip bargnin sto;e kind lit at)) Built at He Her. Next week is tho Loudon Fair. ley to ketp his ptomiso and with- Covington aud we feel satisfied if O. P. Rayhiond, of Cynthlana let to city public school oiand draw after a brief canvass; which lie would return to O.d UorkoiMlo There is where to go fo see a Plkevllle, Ky. One mndred and fif- for tho building of a and county high school building al and good Fair. Thoy always have it. ty steel coal bins, to co ifahout ?20,0Q0 however iho later failed to uo. tho voters would give him tlu, Plkevllle, tho cost of which will bo ap Monuments of- nil Aji neroplano will be the attrac aro being built by tho Allegheny Oikt proximately $40,000, exclusive of the FOUND, the place to buy Spectacles Granito best office m the gift of the peo Co., at Holllor, In thif 'Klkhorn coal We had tho opportunity of viewi's md Kyejt lasses for $1.50 and up. Gold kinds." Estimates furnished pie, for he has a host of friends, lion and that is something every fields. The entire product of the value of tho grounds upon which It ing the Virginia to be erected. Tho building will bo 3 Silver and Aluminum Frames. Larpike Us full both in tho demoerutic and rtpub-lica- one should who never witnessed mines of the company. Is converted on application. brick and finished wltb gest selection In town. Kyes tested length last Sunday, which was ?3 Into coko at their coking plant, neai special deslgn,and Is tc Free. Years of eserleiico. ranks, and we sure would be one ol the big air birds flying. tho mlnoR. Other coal mining and terra cotta of miles, almost the same distance and coking plants in this ' field are alsc contain sixteen large, .GEO. OWJSN9 Propr.1-- glad to see him cast his lot with between Middleshoro class rooms alul bas aud ' rapidly Improving us again. Misses Cecil aud Adie Pono. 112 AND OP'flCIAN. I JHWttf.BR ment, besides an auditorium. livery Virginian is Walton, of Mt. Vernon, are visit . COX BROS. STORE Tor Infants and Cluldron, proud of his pike. We believe being their cousin, Miss Annie M The Kind You Have , ff )ino.n(wr;iuAri.9 Harrison Tyreo, tjie'. father of fore another year has passed BeU Always Bought fc X&X&X& C. 3a 4ooty jo paiioriing oojidji;ij Walton. Miss Laura Proctor, of several infant chi!dp?Oiving on '))JJi'01lu:nn)iiTrnn;j)i county will Jiave started on her ATTORNFY-AT-I,AaM3JI J4U(U)f Boars the Mt. Vernon, aftbr a few days' pin sua uon riiv poiq m iuMim Sctujg's Creo)r, Rochcnstle countyj w part of Iioonoway, something wo puv qof ftqi uo jai( Aq, dauoiK4ip Bdau vibit with Mrs. Sam S'tulls worth. Slgnaturo MT. VERNON. KY. U 'Hti tfunox pu tpjjq )uuuil jo; voq .inljS'U' on the spent two weeks can point to with pride. Three ortt l)w 'w larit '"Ct 'W 'mj ; has returned home. W H. KOFFICE. 'On and. floor fo chargo of neglect fulljv failing to Stales. ? JOjcinDaa ifjjino sjjiVj MT. VRRNgN, KY,. Fred. unit Cull- were discussing The Bank of Mt. Vernon, on Church Kruegor has his cottage on Main OAoid 'ooJd svatp 'Xifjrroil provide for his family, ..but was the wisenosS of the present lt,.Mi MJ oniric vil ltilL'r'a filr-street. Special attention givon Tiihkk aro forty tnumhers in street almost completed - G. S , SyPWD AI3AO released on his stafomiuc that Phone to collections. ; Bell county of t,lieKenuckvCood Grltliii, tho liUNlliii" merchant Said Cull: "We lire "wiser than undor tlio present democratic tid Phone No. 80. Roads Association. When this was in Mt. Vernon, Monday, our lathers were and they wetu ministration it was impossible to membership is increased to 2oo J. W. I3ake.r, who is RettiiiR along wiser than their fathcis were.' Said Fred. "Well Cull what a secure labor and earn a living and they Can do something. '! hreo nicely in the goods business, was KS FLETCHER'S FOR FLETCHER'S cliuinp your grandfather must he and his family urestarving by Hi Mt. Vernon, Tuesday, States. V-J. H. nqvcueeul" . adv feasons thereof. 20-2- s 1 ,Wi' wei'e informed list week tlMt'on-rolrrient' James Mare , SAVE MILEAGE a skrvf' lull column in ' Signal in order to rep iv lit-or 1 settle with us tor the past. He cliiiu.s th it we applied at the HAS JUST BEE l.O 'PLETED AT LEXINGTON 3T "CONcleik'.s olniv for muri'inge license NECTICN ll DE. N w, we w II say tli.it wowiio there accompanied by one of Sf-mother ee's fair dauglreis aid. -. . n . m,E would Hive heeil glnlcoulU tvi ae persuaded her to 1hh? agut'd to obtain tho necessary tate Annual Couven papers Hint would have entitUd tlon Will Meet at Lexington, October if t ) liavel tl wn the long lane ol life ti'gither for th s nnttti WMprn NVwspnoer llfilon ftews 8erv!c we .tie like'our old frietii', W. M I.oxlnptoii, Iy. Tho belt lino r Hhks, if we only could p rsti idiarouml the outaklrta of this city otic of those beau iful, rodchoektd mil connecting tho L, &. K. division of nrig t t.yed damsels to share our the L. &. N railroad with tho Clneln latl branch pi. asures and sorroAS our ear.h ueyoncl the of tho U & N. a few miles city limits lias been com '1 p'easures wou'd be complete lilcti'il and will be nut In 1110 nexi Mow, we undeista d t'ia the dis fictile Iiy means of this cutoff a direct Is mndo Lctweon the L. & p.i'ciiorVi office had soinuthtig ti Eonnectlou N. tracks by which coal and L lo wiln. this, and our old t'tiend and other heavy freight doslgned tot S i (the wolf in slleep'.s Loisvlllo and Clnclnifatl can pass dl &. E. rectly from clothes in this mutter ). He came Uius saving tho L. only to tho L. & N.. not sonic mileage. forward with a helping hand and Out also avoiding tho delay Incldont to donated his assistance and helped bringing thorn through the city and switching them nuiite possible things mat other- other. This linofrom 0110 track to an Is about one mile wise wovld not have been thought long, and with tho right of way cost of. Whi'c it is a fact we were at inproxlnintely $40,000. it leaves the U & E. near Montrose and extends In the Fair and tho show and enj northwesterly direction, intersecting ourselves to a queen's taste, tuo Paris branch back of tho Lexingand wc left on L'l for Livingston, ton Country club. Tho annual stato conthinking that ere we would return l , vention of tho Kentucky again. On Monday, C A. association will he hold In this W. R. Ward and myself "Ity on October 20, 21. 22 and 23. Tho were called to attend court, and I, committee In chargoiof tho program has so fortunate as as with a full determination to see S. one been speakers tho to secure M of Its Rev. II. C. Franklin and James Maret, wo Hamlll, of Nashvlllo, Tenn., who war made two tiipsto tho Signal office unanimously elected president of tin assocla and failed .to find the editor. Alter Internationalconyentlon l hi Chicago tlon at its last exhausting ourselves we found June. Mr. S, C. Franklin, who was look ing for trouble and had foriified WHITE BURLEY TOBACCO his place with screen wire until we could not get within five feet Experts Predict a Light Yield Reduction of Fifteen Per Cent. of him. Maret coU'd not bo located at nil. Some said ho had Lexington, Ky. That the crop of took freight from the first alarm white Hurley tobacco will fall cnnslil , 3LT LIE TO t. KENTUCKY COAL BOOu.l MQiespi The Exodus of Hundr(ds of Forelfjn ors May Give Operators. Trouble. owo vim , -' I ... . J- Wfflf" z&r Sunday-School 111 run-iiIii- Barbourville, Ky". Coal operator Southeastern Kentucky fields repor 1 piling up of ordeis and a very; busy season Is In prospect. Whether1' h ICuiopean war has anything to do wU..111 Improvement In conditions Is no known, but it Is stated that tha con Industry In this Hold will ho luuter'ull. benefited In tho event of a prolungc war. There Is usually a picking up It the Industry at this season, duo to th illUng of fall and winter orders. Goon prices now prevail. One. feature which may glvo opern tors some trouble Is the probablo ei jdus of largo numbers of forclgneri employed at tho mines. Hungarian iful Austrlans aro employed by th. thousands In Southeastern Kentucky raining districts and many of tho-- i havo left for the scene of war. Otli ers will doubtless follow, If their scrv Ices are demanded, and a scarcity 0 labor may cause operators some trou In m - Dest Money Maker in the World for Farmers. Gram Men ami Engine Owners Makes monov so fast that there'll bu no more idle days nflnMi.nii'r.i iiTtf In flila (Tri'Sllmf. - . 11 n tmllf Atnkonhtfirh im fiO bbls. imCSt Ilul. n., .. An.. n.iunni-mu- ." lulllliifr mill :.for overvhodv around iUU "j"jr. ,,-yi mw you. Thoy all use nour. ami wiw ifiia wuhuuuui ii, Tn 'Stt.Vtt$, "Midget" Ma'rvel . 1 I ... AAOlil t HiAS?iJ C..F-rankln- F!l iy-o- d 1 forty-nint- h Sunday-nchoo- filan-ford- 1 3 ?rWmi DIVORCE YOURSELF Sunday-schoo- ffii officl-estimat- 1 1 Dunt-Ic- y very-shor- t lHKr T.-NT H 4 Agents Wanted 1 A .C5-S- ( rflf . la ' r M' H - - hard-workin- g GmClimATl AND RETURN Sunday, aug. 1 m M TEXT-BOO- e I J tf text-boo- k t, I. wu7iv Bl xB .' -- I r J.C.MoOLARy I - text-book- s v 1 Kv morn.--Mast- er 1 y w 11 i?OUNSS Manufacturer - u three-stor- y . well-lighte- d e. CASTOR - A tholr-'facllltle- J. C MOORE. "' Ztffo Rener-atiot- 3&ep$ 7. P H. Conover Dentist 10-- Willianm, -- ,' i. j n V Children Ory CASTORIA CASTORIA .; ..k, ; t fuSibi j. i. u. .-, i. m- . - ' ." L - Fui Ttt f - , Jt fh t ML, VERNON- SIGNAL!, . . , luuiqviiiu "!?; mv01 N in j CIRCUIT COURT Circuit Court convened liere Monday with udge B. J. Bethttr- Mt.-- Vkunon, Ky Au. . i after a few iuteiest of the state. Tho charge was one 01 the to tin grand jury" Wtoks plt.isnut stay at home. ever dplivcied to a strongest II. II, Hooper of Purksvillo,.is Rockcastle Jury, sp.ci.il "stress telegruphniR here night wh.lo J. being placed upon tho two grea. -4lF J. Lnwrenco is takinjju rest. pistol menace to civilization, S. W. Davi is here from Mys- "tbling" and the illegal sale of 'itimvLic 4 rusWiucn n.oo. tic. Sam is doing a tllie rock whisky, A lull inforcpmeiitof the " TIME TABIE. business on the L. H. & St. L. pistol Jaw is the only way to stop 4.50 p in !2 ncitin. V. F. Chamr the carrying of such Mr. undMs. weapons.' lil nortn 3:53 a m, motored over from Lancaster and Tho following gentlemen were so 'W's(itith' u&3 n "'remained over imlil Monday with , hc.ed as Jurors: a M r nnd Mri. Ctarenee Forgusui. zi ionth GRAND JURY I A3. IjANDRUM, Agent. On 'Monday Mr. Champ made .sale Grari Price, Bert. Mulling J ' of the John V.w Miller Inrni as the .Phone No. 8. W. Hilton, COrley Halo,. M. ' jtrUslee. , Norton, Win Barpett, D. CPoyu- hnlernl lit the Mt Vernou, Ky. 1'un.office mull matter. l ua tor, Bob Payne, . W T. French, LOCAL G..C. Fish, Jini.Pittman and Bob V K It S 0 N A L save money by Adanijj. Dress well and - , , PKTIT JUKY wearing Fish' SI5 special clothes. j Will Thompson is doing the frPatTcl No. 1: v Francisco, W, 1 . t Eberlhrt'doerii ilUfel.iss enlarg-uig- . H'. Bullock, Job.) Stanford Fair. Fletcher, Cv K. Try Him Munis building. R. B Mn I1113 u in St. Louis ot! Carmcl,v-J- . W Parsons, Henry Open S ittinlnys only. , liusiness tins week. P&rkeHon, Andrew IJurdette, R( MunU build G.Moore, 'Lee McCluro, . W. F Eberheart Studio. Chns Tlioinpsm attended the ing. , The place to get your babies' DeBord, T. B. Lair, and Ike fair nl Stanford yesterday. Leger. Mis. Will Snttles who has Ivcn pictures. Open Saturday Panel No. 2: 'Joshua Boreing, so low with typhoid is improving picture that needs Hnve you a Jdhn Walton,, Ira Wells, Alfred it to Eber Ji M. Craig was in Garrard fr.iining,-i- f so, bring county. Wednesday on business. heart at Munis' building. Open Bryant, W. H. Brown, Mack Dock Pennington, Cbirit Lair, F. M. Spillcr, Insurance Man, every Saturday Ben Thomas, Eugene S. Sayhjr, J of Kraulcfort, is in town on busiFifteen shares of capital s.tock W. Taylor and Chris Sowder. ness. if Oitlzons Bank of Brodhead. will Tho following cases have been visited 00 offered for said at auction in tried: Os Bullock disturbing Miss Alza Thompson re ' rolatives at Crab Orchurd the fir&t Brodhead Saturday, August Sth. ligious worship $50, and ten days See tho add on this pago. oftho week. in jail: Them Buljcck gaming, Miss Celia Hiatt received the 20 and cost; Mat Singleton selling Mrs. S trail Maret of tho Wildie 'suction, wasvith Mr. and Mrs". J. premium on product map, aud quor$6b; W- R- Gtll sellmgliqud at tho Christian Bible'Sclibf. Tlie Penny Pictures at fiberhearts . Fish during the week. tiss Ella Mac Coffey on set of $6o aud cot; Emmet 'Genti'x upOrinlcndcnt and pupils are Studio Mains building Oien working hard lohava tho attend- It. L. (Tush) Jones, is 'deputy six maps instead of Mr. J. W. broach of the peace $20: Guy every Saturday. sheriff of New York County. New Vanwinkle.as stated m last week's 25; John Slgman, carnally 'nice reaclTtheoo mark that day, Both of these girls are knowing a girl under 1O years of paper. York, and is making good. Pianos fsold from factory to The Evangelistic services be home, Wo have some rare 1 ar- Mrs. Chns C. Davis jeft Tues- from Hurt eye- school, and each ige. oe Jackson for tnaUcious shooting and wounding. It will "inning at the Christian church gains in slightly used pianos and day for Winchester to bo tho gues' had splendid maps. or Mr. and Mrs, M. L. Myers. Miss no remembered that Jackson mis- - Sunday, August 30th, willjjbc led organ, Mr. Clatd Gritlin and hy Rev J. Ross Millor assisted hv TbaStirr Piano Co.? Misses Dippie Ogg and Anna Bertha Franklin, of e Wildie, .Mr. '00k his cousin, young Mason y n.,i.ii,n iSV i Py E. J. Fokd, Salesman, been with rel rn.cn r n.V ,,.,,1 i:tU Mvtiini i;;Lii L near Sinks about a year ago and the local pastor Revi Geo.15l ins Todd'of Iterei have i.thii till,, ' , al-- o tntfvos in tjils conntv this week. Danville, Ky. of WihMe,,boafdethejtrwil) fired opje shot aChitn which canu ley. tele- ut Brodhead Jnst Friday alternooii ucui piuviiiit mvjj one. For Rale: Two ilioroit'lhhrrtl William G. Fain, who is bigman aud Jacksou werojjoth graphing nt Heidelburgfon' the L and elonedtoJeffersonsville, Indf acquitted and the case of Park- Berkshire boars and one soiw Apliet:c they wcro married Th: Mt.jVer-non.Kply to W. J. Sparks & A was here attending Lourt FOR tLETCHER'S t5aal,extends lienrty congratula Reynolds for the killintr of Bol v this week. young Childress has been before lift TJ t;Mratid MrsVllammock nio'tor tUsSov the .splerdid court since yesterday. Tho cast otiples.(BBflMBBE-- ml over (torn PuinViJck and spoilt VJHBBBnBQBHj3nB3tt HTiMrriSS-Jtewin iu iu wiu.jui ytoiiiorrow.' Knn.lnf.ivitli fr. and "Mrs. Clar For ...the mo.rdititnojhthoitelet iwfKmtLlLilmi. ir B P . "jrrrT-.'".- . i ttnecForgnaua; to " 1 ne lenciier oaa 101a ner nun'is piione'users,on"'coiinrry5:-iiur,3,-- i M: r Craig, who , was reported called to the importance of tolling to write a short essay about I.in ... ! . . r are calling com, and one boy handed in tin who and whete thoy iuvvi very StClC Willi r lyjlllOlU holding his own, but is yot from whon putting a call into ceu followiug: aliouf tral or calling any other lone on "Abraham Lincoln was born on n very sick man. calls are a bright summer day, tho twtlfth cousin lines. Many important Inhn Albrieht and his Ho was born D in Baugh, of London, ate with lost by users filling to observe, the of February, 1S00. W. L. Brock nt above extremely simple directions in n log cabin he had hell el ' tiioi uncle, Rev. If users woli'd pay more attention father to build." L?xinulon for a few days stay. 'to directions they wonl.1 have less M K. Burton and his cousin, disippointmcntsjind secure better Fata. Shot: Mrs. Gnthoi Miss Bet tie B.royles, of Somerset, ii Pilbeck, a dati;hter of the late T service. above date Z o'clock p. 111 are hero spending tho week nnd J. Ballard, and a good woma.i, MCFARLAND MEMORIAL attended the Stanford fair y ester there will be offered fired a shot Tuesday morning int highsale to rltnsUYTKKIAN CHUKCtl day. the body of Lena Fields, producing est bidder "Daniol Boone" (I. A. Bowman) the The following services 'will be almost instant death. The shootdoor of the ' victnitv held next Sunday. is moving bade to thU ing took pluco at the home of Alex Brodhead, this Sunday School 10 a. tn. from Jickson and wo extend to the Drew, who married a good man and his family tho wel Morning Worship 11 a. tn. Fields woman. Mr. and Mrs. Fil Evening Worship 7:4s p. tn. beck have not lived peacefully to co.no hand. Thu morning sei vice wil. include gether for some time, on account who has Mrs Mary Williams baptismal service, im mediatolj of the deceased woman, . who did i beoa so very sick for the lnonili, is very much better, winch lollowing the sermon. These ser not bear a good reputation and the news to vihes aro for the Wrolo communits (aeb3 as given to us at the in. will bo most grn'tifvinK and we extend a he.iitv weleonid to mediato time of the trouble aro as admiring Irionds her host of The weekly Prayer follows: The Fields woman for J ml go Kennedy and Hon Walter cverycyto meeting of the. church, is held some few months Mud bton.in Flippin, candidates for Circuit home last Louisville, returning Judge and Common wealth Atty every Wednesday 7 4s p. m. Ri:y, John M. Iacmii.lan Monday. Mr. Filbi'ck was atMul-linreapoc lively, wore here this week Station when she arrived shaking h ands with the voters. A letter from Joseph G. Hnck-loof James Maret, of there, he hauled her and her trunk a nephew KtigarMullins spent a few days satisfactory. can be in his wagon, up to tho lumt week in Paris, Lexington jind this place, holding an electrical out last West- of urew, which place is only a LouMVillo, and accepted a "good engineer's position with tho from Filheck's u ern Electrical Company of Amor-ic- s lort distance position with Ryan Hampton Tosays homo. Tho Fields w.iman had ti in Antwerp, Belgium, bacco Co., and is new making his the buildings.of his company arc gillou of whisky of which she and first trip' hospital pur- Filbock imbibed freely' an 1 were now being used for Mrs Mary Williams being so poses. Antwerp is expecting to considerably under " the influence greatly improved, "Mr. atidMrs M. be attached by tho Germans at an so tile roport goes. Mrs, Filbeck 0. Williams returned to their early date. It is belioved that heard tho noise over at Drew's homo in Somerset Friday and '.,-her husBelgians aided by their allies-th-e home; she recognised . Judge and Mrs. R. G.Williani3 re- the British and French will suc- bands voice and from tho d.stur turned to Covington Tuesday. cessfully withstand the attack on banco, thought there was trouble. Mr. and Mrs.GoIdon P. Ramsey the strongest 'fortified tity of Bol- - Mrs. Filbeck did not know that How many husbands lmvo died in your oflndiannpolis, aro visiting relatho Fields woman was any where community in tholnst. yonr nnd nro forever tives horQ and in the county. 'Mr. Penalty for "Bootlegging'' in tho county, and leaAing her five gone from the good wifo and little ones, tl.oy RUmsoy has been awny from old children went over to investigate. drastic penal law (The mot I being left to batf)o1tlife's busy way alone Rockcastle a long time and says pistol by the general assembly in She carried Mr. Filbeck's want you to think and think soberly aud sco if He could not gtt along without the I9I4 apparently has escaped the with her. When she entored the you can't find sme one about a next deor Signal every week. house, Mrs. Filbtok will swear beobservation of local officers as well fore tho grand jury herself, she neighbor to you. Oh, if we could only prevail on the as violators. tho W 0. Jones, detective In amending found the Fields woman sitting in on your husbands in sonic way not to neglect Police forco of' New York city, prohibition law tho general assenu Mrs.. Filbeck . ...itl. 1,1c l..f.i littln "lmiirllf.ni-- llllVf bly changed the word "or" to Mr. Filbeck's lap. so great an opportunity of protecting their WliU .... 1,u ...;t1, l,.c mntlinr lip re .for the! 'I and" in the penalty for "boot- - immediately fired one shot into U..I4 mvu ... .,. young wife and little ones,, then whon the pan two weeu. Will has made leggiug," depriving courts of the the. floor, tho second shot passed death angel coin s land demands of you your good in the groat- - metropolis and discretion of fining or imprison- thru tbebody of the Fields woman life think what a satisfaction it will beto you into the yard and feel who ran out is gnidually going higher. He de ing those found guilty ot this Mrs. Filbeck came to town in your last moments to say, well, I have made and making tho penalty a dead. serves tho very best, the necessary preparation to meet you I have This little yesterday and surrenderee"- - Pub fine and imprisonment mn nf Hi. Into cm is a.policy in the Commonwealth Life, of Louis-ville- . Rrnn.' who'ha. been suo change was lost sight of in tho lie sentiment the universal for Mrs Filbeck and "unwritten" law ,.- c 'more extensivo amendments to ,...:.. IUK JJIUUIII.C U' which will ''take care of you and tho UU5SIUI III in this ... tho law. The old penalty was 0 will and shoula govern .1- .,.,t children in my absence. Call on their repre-- UKIIIUUIIIU, IUI lilt Vn iviciuisier, to Sloo or ten to forty case. w several years, is now the Demo- - hue of $60 sentativo in Mt. Yernpn, Ky. W. A. McKenzie and A. days ...jailor both. Tho amend crntic nominee for County Judgo. fixes the penalty at?6o nisli bought the John W. Miller Sam ha. made good and friends mom law to forty farm at $.. 110.00. J.J, McCall to S.00 fine and twenty in Rockcastle will njoic to hear bought tho cider mill and engine. days in jail. 9f his spleudid success. " 79 '- "i trnto Willi BIONAL. 114 ler wore in ( ib Orchard Friday um on the.beucli and CommonM L. Jarvis, wealth's Attorney, uij f,No. 70" wiien - r night of lust etk, wan to Co m m un I , at Ills post of duty to look after the Conn Brt vn will leave this TI 21, Kverotto W iillina and Lewis. Mil afternoon iurTexiis m. -- ' J-- : -- Mooiul-cinsf- I ' Say-lo- r, Kontucky has 2o8,oSi men nndl women, according toUie last re Mr. arrtl Mrs J S5gHidr' nort of the 'United .StatesCensUS spout Sunday withiMrSKalPit ' man and family near LGwreeh xHireau. wno cannot reauunu wrne materfal going to Vasf,e Adams and'tah'iilrlff'MtV good people, but in a state of Vernon, wore visiting mlatives n.ontal 'darkness. Rockcallo here last Saturdav und.i¨ay, County has 17o8 of theso unfor Miss" Fannie Kir by spwit.jS portllnufcs. A movement is on foot tion of Inst week with relieves Tit to give these oeople a thance lrke' Bloss and Ced.r ville. MM Pearl nrtnnlp nf Timvnn Cnmi DtQoinftrsrtnii fhn fmu'ii ' :. ; Doau and- children of ., , . W: fcjur 111 arCMVith her parntsfijraihdj XtuiiSSSfn,Moonligiit octioois. men and women Mis. W. A.. McKiuneuC earned in a few weeks U nnrl rllilil riialiWWa r yroprand wnto. Only twenty- .woro with her mother, 'MrsMruh to three illiterates were left in that K.irby from Saturday iintflSMou-ay.-rMls- s county, wero 1I52 Lucy MinlcAjwho is when the though there Moonlight) Schools began leadline near Hi)noAQinwttc.lled three years ago. A number of home last Thu sdny pinaTSfitnt of Kentucky tenchers have taken Up illness of her sister tho movement, and Moonlight Tcksovn Sams and children of Schools are being conducted in a her3pnreiits, county are. with number df counties in tho State. Mr. & Mk'l). B, Bant-Mrs- . The Kontucky Illiteracy Com Sam Rowo was the igueit of mission has opened headquarters Mrs, .Maggie JkadleyM(unday in the new Stato capital at Frankwin ftucture- - o. iiiossw was fort, and will gladl give informah re buying cattle lasr- y?fek. tion or lend assistance to'any who Robert Roe has been" rvOrJ sick are interested in stamping out with Uphoid fever fjj&overal literacy from Kentucky either in weeks, hut better at thisSthuo. Moonlight Schools-o- r by instructMrs. W. A. McKinney iStted hor ing individuals in their homes. d tughtcr Mis. A Graves first Tho Commission is composed of of tho week. Mrs. Cora Wilson Stewart, PresiB tier clothes fo?'j6ssnanoy at dent; Dr. J. G. Crabbe, Secretary Hon Barksdalo and Treasurer, Fish's. jj---- 3ia Hatnlott, Pre.si lent H. H. Cherry F. L Thompson and eoWTamio, and Miss Ella Lewis Noie of Cha'C. Davis, Ait'y hnifMrs. thOiO mon and women are to bo E. R. Gentry and ye c&lior wero paid for their services. Can we o er to .tanlord, Thu'ra&y, to not lend them a hand? It is our eo the 1,000 saddle stdlcepulled Kentucky. Lot us wipe illiteiacy off. Jfe out ol Kentucky by j 1920, when " IT Next Sunday will bcRally Day tho next census is taken. -- '''"'''" - J V mi-- , , 5 - . - - H , ff.tal 1 v Kr s"9fe' . 11 tjj y . r t. tTA ir - . ,, in .?. ... SPECIAL OFFERiNG UNTIL 'SEPT. 1st' . iiiiliiamiiii . n 1 III Merchandise M 2.50 , ' Htffl 0 VI FREE ' ' ' - - vWith Every One of the Famous t' il-- ROTS- Vi Speciai SUITS WIS. SELL BETWEEN NOW AND SEPT. 1st SUIT YOU BUY FROM US NOW. You Can Save at Least $5.00 on EVERY REMEMBER This Offer Positively Will Not Be Good 'After SEPTEMBER "WE STAND BY WHAT 1st, 1914 YOU 1 - - Come In mid See What We Have To UiFev BUY." Blac-pisto- l r Mail We pay - Orders Pilled i imnjiu , - H36firjl1ew!UTHE HOME OP GOOD - Parcel Post Charges ti -- CLOTHES. ru iiiji-.- . - y. ! -- Oliilclren Cry. C ASTO Rl A 5 All Kinds - -- ijttttt :. EHBHH and Sizes Pictures Framed and Enlarged. Kodak Pictures Finished. First Class Work Guaranteed. Manis Building 1 1 !Pxi"blic Saturday, On the at Hotel, Sale at for front -- Aug.. 29th m. the S saiuraays ' ONLY k OPEN mm STUDIO Kyt Frith si.-t-er Ky. pt 15 SHARES GRANVILLE OWENS Brodhead Cofiins. Caskets and Rol . Mail, Telegraph or rc,e' -- OF CAPITAL STOCK OF THE Citizens Bank OF BRODHEAD, made - COMPLKTK LINK s KY. m -- y Terms 1 a, HARRY JONES, Auctioneer ixcoc . phone orders Prompt!,' Filled it?83eSBm c dmsB&?m mk&3J ft yc orr4rft-Tc- vfc y)oyyoooyo . nmmmmmKnmM f3""8 Bi I N.OO" ICE UK nl V u!v- - 1 r 1 on-act- y" 14 ts The Helping Hand you can most surely depend upon in time of trouble is your bank account. Better start to acquire a big one by depositing what you have in The Bank of Vernon You'll Find tho necessity of thinking bolore paying a groat Incentive to saving. When trouble comes what you have been provented from frittering away will make u comlbttablo balance . 4 v . r of-fen- - Tn.r -- n, Mt ...t r. irnf f. B.-F- nr CHAS. C DAVIS. The Bank of IVIt. Vernon o-ojyo- .j a . , 4pa.C' rrfXr Wf&CVtefjrl 4 it' tj i-: OEdAN APPEALS TO UNCLE SAM Klao 1 HIS GOOD OFFICE INFLUENCE. i TO UOC AND AMERICAN t( I$ PRESIDENT WILSON APPEAL TO LE Chow would evontually bo to China Is mado In good faith -- In Attempt to Prevent Japan-Goin- g it : and be refreshed! S,lMjp - J$fT 1 m 1 Sip by sip here's- pure . jk m enjoyment cool com- fort a satisfied thirst a contented palate. L k Demand the ccnulne by fntt name Nickname encourage H'bstllutlon. ") V --- 1 m THE Whenever you sec an ofpoca-Col- a. COCA-COL- A COMPANY T GA. ATLANTA, Arrow think ita;ii YOU r f WHEN WANT Genera! 'Merchandise Farm Implements CO TO JONAS NIcKENZfE . (I THE $ OLD PEOPrUS RELIABLE $ HANK A Straw $ ' will Show the Way $: the Wind Blows! Have you' Noticed the Wonderful Growth of the $ $ PEOPLES BANK there's a reason. SAFE AND SOLID l 1 $. $ 'Eyeiy anfcing Facility AMPLE RESOURCES $ (For the Convenience of the People ? 01? ROCKCASTLE COUNTY Use Us $ . $ 1'iiC'PLES $ BANK gni $ $ ":. ".r&. TF you have " '- - ' .?. rtJ ;- - '5 i. KABO Tht Llr. MoM money carefully in buying your clothes, you can least afford to economize in getting your corset. You'll find exactly what you want in a Kabo .The Live Model Corset. You'll get -- tq spend your up-to-d- ate C0R8ET style, fir, comfort and lasting service from a Kabo; it is made for you to wear. It is worth what you pay at any price. V' hP- h otyia oj is an average Offure corset, made 0( corded batiste. RinihH .; lop with (ilk embroidery trim. . Has a rubber gore In bottom of back section. as very low bust and long skirt. la very lightly boned. Has 9)?lnch front clasp, uackwireshavefeatherboneat bottom. Hm ttirp nnirw tf innmrtM Slze ? to,31 """" needed isMcGEE'S BABY RLIX-IR- . It reduces the feverish condition, corrects the stomach and checks looseness of the bowels. Price 25c and soi per bottle. Sold by Jonn Ro'" . , Brodhead, Ky. thousand Amorleaua oC Oertjiun dt Bcuiti m this uity, cumprfslng the Cui AlHanco, forwarded ui BERLIN RECEIVES ULTIMATUM appeul to WaBhlngtou for tho Unltui Stated guveriyricnt tu uso Its good oi . .. cu. to provout Japan isolng to wu with Germany. Tho appeal waa bcii American Embassador to Derlln Re' by tolpgroia to Proslaent Wilson, Vic qucslea, p uook After Japan's Inter csls InGermany In Case Var Is Oe Cnstoria Is a harmless snhstihito for Castor Oil, ParePresident Marshall and Speaker Clurk, dared By' Jhat Country. is pleasant. It goric, Drops nnd Soothing Syrups. Tho appeal, In part, follows l .contains' neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic "The National Herman Alliance suhstnnco. Its ago is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms stands on record as favoring unlvor nnd allays Fcvcrishness. For more than thirty years it fcal peace. As American citizens o. IN has been In constant uso for tho relief of Constipation, German birth and extraction, wo de -- Flatulency, Wind Colic, nil Teething Troubles nnd plore the awful conflict In Euioyc Diarrhoea. It regulates tho Stomach and Bowels. hdp.ng for a speedy' and 'hono'ra"bV Kt Stench officially report that assimilates iho Food, giving healthy and natural sleep. peace, and that UiIb war ntav be tht the Gerrians Aiavo abandoned Tho Children's Panacea Tho. Mother's Friend. end of all war and the heg.u.ilng or , wcrlil-wldthanl-thdlsarmumont. We LIuqb forts arc said to have President of tho Unltod States fo fallen, offering his good olllces to tho wal Frenchttroops are In contact with rliiK nations,, and wc now appeal U the Germans, but there Is no ImBears the Signature of tha Pivsldcnt and to Congress to plcac portant engagement to report. government of Japan, thrdugl with tho A ttatepieQt Is.hcued by the Brithor Ambassador In Washington, In tin ish Official Press Bureau to the name of humanity, civilization and unl tha , desultory fighting has voisal peace, to refrain from cnrrylny taken place between the British tho war Into tho far Knst by demandpatrolling squadrons and flotillas ing that (lormnny abandon all hoi and German reconnolterlng cruiscommercial and political Interests in ers. Hiinn. There are rumors of a naval en"Instead of throwing the firebrand gagement about 100 miles off Harof war Into tho fur Kast, Japun should wich, In the North sea. TRANSPORTATION OF FOOD For Years In bo fair and submit any grievances she French1 commander-in-chie- f perTHI CKNTAUW COMPAMV( MKW VOWK CITV. has against Germany, or 'against' any sonally reports French progrecs In To' Germany By American Marine other nation, to Tho llagho Peace TrU Upper Alsace, and declares French Promises To Excite the British. bunal, where, no doubt, other questroops have occupied all regions In tions of tho preBcnt conlllct will be subLorralnew London. Reports Indicating tho Im mitted. This would assure that nil Onv.Amerlcan corps has been orpending American acquisition of a nations of which the quoted paragraph ganized n Paris and several Amergreat fleet hae of the jreaty speaks ican aviators have offered thelr'aer. caused German merchant uneasiness here and unqu'F M Including China, would have a voice in oplaiita,-- f tlonnbly thero lies therein the possl m the matter. German 'Incursion toward Brusblllty of nrouslng Irritation In thl sels has been definitely stopped. country and probably amongst alj the ABOUT COLD STORAGE PRODUCTS A news bureau at allies. 'If thero suddenly comes Into Berlin claims minor victories for bolng a great fleet of American Our line of Coucb Cnhkeis1 boat" Chicago, III. State and Federal auGerman troops In Alsace. the, German food question Is largel) is uimxcblliMl thorities Joined bands for tho prosecu iPresident Wilson received from solved, for all ships carrying the tlou" under Federal statutes of fooo the kaiser autographed message, In lean flag would have the" liberty Amer Hand-mad- e oiliua furnished of the market operators muy be cha.-ge- ' which the emperor explains and high seas nnd could possloly enter tht with criminal responsibility for tho op Germany's posltlo'n on the Nor tli sea and German ports and cerHearse sen! 'o all parts of jij w prcsslvp prices. That turn Jn the i , war. uv tainly In tl)e present aspect of affairs many-sidet'tho County Inquiry became known Sir Edward Grey has sent assuri) ply to the Adriatic with complete freewhen a conference betwocn James II ances to .Secretary Bryan that Ja' dom. Wllkprson, United States Attornoy. by Wire Promptly Filled pan's action agalrfat Germany need All , I.U. and Maclay Hoyne, Stnto's Attorney cause no apprehension In the Uniwas held. Their confcrcnco caino on ted States. MILLIONAIRE AS A VOLUNTEER. sii tho heols of reports from tho State'! Attorney Investigators who, for the Philadelphia. J. Armstrong Drexel, Phono 94-IIT. VERNON, Ky son of Colonel nnd Mrs. Anthony J. )m last week, had been secretly at work Wenlern NeVl'opT Union News Atheus.-i-big battle hot ;eon th IJrexel.'of Philadelphia in tho stockyards. Hoyne had thoSt and ParlB, fit iT'ZJZfnlZF Austrlprs" fjnd tho Servian ended In and member of one reports when ho met Wllkorson, a great vlctbryjfor tho Uner. There of America's most, aristocratic families, 18 MAIL was flercghUng nil a ng UiO'IInes was tho flrs,t to be accepted as a vol- BEING DISPATCHED ' f-fninu.PJaiiifa Q..IzecaUahatzlha OluUcrjJor tht. rnntrv, LqV m', j.m tr--,j jrnTnoTTrUroiro"la.TJo i Aiittrhn lo'u'cs . rrciilsinteil at thou cording to a dispatch from Paris. Ing dispatched sovcral times a week sands killed, nhllo thousands wore Drexel Is a grandson of Anthony J. RChas. C. Davis Chas. C. Davis! now, the postofllco department on wounded. Fcurti?cn gum. and largi D. Drexel, of tho famous banking house Ml , Vernon nounccd. Mall for Germany and Aus quantities Of uinmunltlon were aban of Drexel & Co. Ho Is a brother of i Mt. Vernon Is sent by steamers land doned during tho retreat across the Anthony J. Drexol, Jr., who mnrrled Ky. lng at ports In Italy, Norway, Holland Dnnnho. Three regiments were cu Marjorlo Gwynne Gould. Upon the or Denmark. Tho American I.lnt up as thoy fled In groat disorder to- death of his grandfather young Drexe steamer Philadelphia, scheduled to sal' ward l.cnjtia and Losnltzo.. Inherited afortune of $1,000,000, and I will take mall for all parts of Europe Washington. Tho earnest determi- worth several times that now. Austria-Hungaroxpopt Germany and thirty-nine-is' nation of the United Statos govern ment to keep this country,, from be- CUT MEATS HAVE TAKEN DROP. g ' coming Involved In any way In th' CINCINNATI MARKETS European war and Its controverslei Chicago, III. Coincident with the till opening of tho federal investlgatiorr Corn No. 1 white 8GV4c, No, 2 whlti was manifested In sovcral ways. President Wilson Issued an appeal horo Into tho advance in "prices on 8G0I86V&C, No. 3 whlto 800806, No people foodstuffs, cut moats at the Btock 4 whlto 8G86V.ic, No. 1 yellow 8Gc addressed to tho Amorlcan No. 2 yollow &ty,n&Gc, No. 3 yellow calling onrthem to rofrnln from yards declined 25 to 30 cents a hun cordially 8BV68Gc, No. 4 yellow 8C8Gc, No ior net that might rever dred, wholesale Thjs Is said to moan 1 mixed 85Vj08Gc, No. 2 mixed 8CH the slightest partisanship toward tin a retail declino of about one pent n SGc, No. 3 mixed 8585'2c, No. 1 nations In conflict. Leaders in cor mixed 8ri8GV2c, whlto ear 850870 grcss of all parties voiced slintla pound, it wuh explained that the ro sell cession In prices was duo to receipts yellow car 858Gc, mixed ear 85087c vlows. For nearly threo hours th of hogs and cattle nearly double those Hay Now hay Is quoted as follows: wrcstlet of a week ago. Tho Chicago Municipal No. 1 timothy $18.50, No. 2 S1G.50, No president and his cabinet censor Markets Commission took numerous 3 timothy J1501D.GO, No. 1 clovoi with the vexed sell do like mixed $150i No. 1 clover $191'J.G0 ship situation, striving to reach a de steps to force down war time prices. No. 2 clover $17317.50. clslon equltnblo to all concorncd, Oats No. 2 white 44c, standard Ofllclal Information camo from Dei do 43Vc. No. 3 whlto 43c, No. 4 wh!t lln that- tho Japanese ultimatum hat SHIPS ARE THE EIG PROBLEM. 1fl 42c, No. 2 mixed 41 42c, No. J been delivered to Gorman govern mixed 4141c, No. 4 mixed 4041c ment. and ..It was thoIntimated in Washington, D. C Further tin Wheat No. 2 rod 95397c, No. 3 red In facilities for romoval ol diplomatic, dispatches that war be 4 rod 8792c. 93c, No, "tf- tween Japan and Germany was no American refugees from BnglUh ports 4 Poultry Hens, lbs and over. Tho Japanese minister a was reported to the Government Board 13V4o; under 4 lbs, 13o; roostors 9V4c; unlikely. ! sprlngors, 2 lbs and over, 17c; undoi Uerlln, apparently foreseeing such ni of Ilellof, but tho board still faces the problem of finding ships for the thou2 lbs, lGc; young spring ducks, 4 Ibi eventuality, asked Ambassador Goran and over, 13c; ducks, whlto, under 4 to he prepared to take over Japanesi sands of tourists unablo to leave furore. Accoplnnce of tho Ocrmnn govlbs, 10012c. interests in Germany. Kggs Prlmo firsts 22, flrstB 20 Tho president received from Em ernment's effor to place at tho disordinary firsts 17c, seconds 15c. posal of tho United States several Cattle Shlppors 57.5008.50, oxtrt poror William a- long message, trans liners that would fly tho American ling mlttcd through Ambassador Gerard, th iixms&nsxmEsixsmz&zms&sxa hutchor stoers, extra $8 $8.609.25; was doforrod again pending tho result 8.25, good to cholco JG.8507.90, com contents of .which wero guarded closeP of exchanges with other governments. mon to fair $5.G06.76; helfors, extrt but which, it was learned, expressed good to cholco $7.257.75; tho grateful appreciation of German) common to fair $4.7507; cows, oxtrt for tho tender of good, olllces mado by CELEBRATES HIS 84TH BIRTHDAY $G.5O0G.75, good to cholco 5.760G.5O me uniteu states. Vienna. Emporor Franz Josqf, l ol' common to lair $3.2505.65; cannon Tho German Emperor, In addition, Is Austrla-Hungnr$304.50. passed tho elshty said to have taken occasion to point Hulls Dologna $G0G.5O, extra $G.6 mlfostono of his life. With n out, at length the causes of he present fourth 0U.75, rat bulls $G.5O07. long record of misfortunes-an- d trago says Mrs. Sylvapia Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., in Calves Extra $ll,Talr to cood $7.5( war, and argued, It Is understood, that dies that have relentlessly followed at the very .time he was trying to me 10.50, common and, largo $5.50 writing of her experience witii Cardui, the woman's tbo Austrian regal Houso of Haps diate between Austria and Servla the burgh, tonic She says further: "Before I began to use tho ruler' birthday camo when Hogs Selected heavy $8,859, good Russian - rifoblllzatlon. began. Hie Cardui, my back and head would hurt so bad, I to cholco packerp and butchers $9.0E .statement is said to follow the llnet his country Is Joined with Germany in thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able ?.10, mixed packers $?9.05, stagi of previous ofllclal utterances from nn appalling war. Franz Josef Is the $4.50G.25, extra $0.3506.50, commor Derlln, It was this message Emperoi oldest ruler both in point of ago and to do any of my housework. After taking three bottles to cholco heavy fat sows $5.7507.90 of Cardui, I began to feel like a new woman. I soon William wrote whilo sitting with Am- length of reign. Ho will havo ruled. extra $8; light shippers $8.5009,10 sUty-slyears tho coining Decom-borgained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my iiousework, bassador aerard In tho picturesque for pigs (110 lbs. and less) $5.7508.10. as well as run a big water mill. garden in the midst of his war maps I wish every suffering woman would give White lioiiso officials denied the TOWN CAPTURE OF NACO contained any protest concerning WILL CALL ON PANKHURSTSI Naco, Sonora, Mexico. Armed met the attitude of tho American press to London. Lady Cook has launched representing Governor Jose M, May ward' Germany. It was confined en torena cuplured this town wlthoui tlrejyto.a 'statement of tho .German a stirring campaign to raise armies ol bloodshed, but missed what they cam Emperor's position. Officials admitted English women trained for tho army for,, tho public funds, which thoOov thats 'there was nothing In It which Ulto regular soldiers nnd ready to fight ernor recently demanded of Coustltu 'could be construed as an Indication and dlo for their country. Lady Cook tlonallst ofllcIaIs friendly to Colono! 0? whethejpr not tho omporor would suys: "Jiy plan Is to have regiments ol Calles aud tho Carranza regime, M at any future time accept tho tender ol a trial I still use Cardui when I feel a little bad, women wearing khaki uniforms Just , M. Martinez, tho Mexican collector 01 good offices'. and it always does me good." customs, fled with tho money lo tht Washington. Japan's ultimatum tc llko men, with the possible addition ol Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, skirts. I expect 150.00C American Bide. Tho$Mayfcorana men Germany will not bo protested by the 1ired, worn-o- ut feelings, etc., are sure signs of woman- -t men went back to Conanea after hdvt United States. President Wilson said .vomen to be armed, drilled and organly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's T bo ing dlsarmod the Calles mon. believed Japan's declaration that ized into nrnloa In threo months, . ' Ionic, You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui -.t. for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing When tho baby is 'suffering the When you, yawn a Rood deal in FOR FLETCHER'S I wumcii lur more man imy years. douMe uflliction of hot weather the da,ytiiiieT fool dull, achey and I and bowel disordors,. tho remedy want to .stretch frequently it is an d" com-merc- Citlzons;of tho United Statos Urgod to Remain Nou- Western Newspaper Union Nw Jservlcr " Philadelphia, Ponn. Ono NlUnlHe.4ra, '" v,ows War With Germany Appeal In- -' eludes President and Congross. and Indicated that the United States will take a passive position concerning tho events in tho Orient. Secretary Dryan flatly declined to QIbcubs Japan's move, but It, Is known that tho Japaneso government under a ngreoment In 1908 tho sounded the United Statos before, declaring Its position In regard to Germany. On Novombor 30, 1008( Secrotnry of State Root, on behalf of tho United Itoot-Takahlr- CEiHdren Cry NK iwvwvww.;wxvvxyAw for Fletcher's WFt BRIEF l. e j,, ef-fe- . States, and Ambassador Takahlra, representing Japan, cxchatigcd notos avowing' tho aim, policy nnd intention of each government toward tho Far East, tho oxchango bolng designed to strengthen tho relations of friendship and to presorvo tho goneral pence-Thagroomont wnB ns follows: "It Is tho wish of the two governments" lo tho freo and o poaceful development of tholr on tho Pacific Ocean. Tho policy of both governments, uninfluenced by any agressive tendencies, is direct ed to the maintenance of tho existing') status quo In tho region above mentioned (outlying Insular possessions in the region of tho Pacific Ocean) nnd to the defense of the prlnclplo of equal bpportuntty for commerce and indus try In China." Dosplto the administration's acqui escence, thero is an uneasy feelltig that Japan has taken sharp ndvantng: of, the slluatlof? created by tho European war, and it is feared the move against Germany may be fdllowed by othor acts moro distasteful to this country. It is reported that tho portion of Japan's ultimatum which car rlcd tha assuranco that Kino Chow would bo eventually restored to China was incorporated at tho suggestion o tho Amorlcan government -- 3,'ho Kind You Ilavo Always Bought, nnd which hns hcen slgnaturo of in uho for over HO years, hns borne-thnnd has Ix'cn mado under Ins per Honul (supervision slnco its infancy. ly-Z- &ccJUM, Allow no one to deceive you in this.. nro hut All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-goolixpcrimrnts that triHo with nnd endanger tho health of Infants nnd Children Experience against Experiment. What is CASTORIA It GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Tlie Kind You Have Always Bought Over 30 Use OvafMi Aiiijlo-jRpnne- se semi-offici- UHDiSTAKBR orders nR3ipfa )MMmim t ' w. a. eox,i A e Fri-m-- ' -- T DRUGS y My Phone No. (39) open shop at 7 o'clock am. and 9 o'clock p. m. run open shop We cable-wlroles- s welcome in our place at any time during our shop hours. We don't want, to you anything yon don't want, but, oh my how we to you what you want. Let us show you. You are - CHAS. C DAVIS. Mt. 'Vernon Ky. It Always Helps mos-eag- -- The Woman's Tonic wee-lengt- h -. Price $3.00 SOLD BY A. B. FURNISH OJiildren Ory FOR FLETCHER'S utimistnUeablGsymptom of malarin and unless you. do something at. onco-yoaVeboofced for a spell of chills HERBINE isa chill med icino that will prevent or cure the disease, irdrives'out the itnpur-ities-o- n which the malarial germ thrives' strengthens the liver and Price 50c. cleanses the boweis. Sold by John JRobins brodhead, If you sit in a cool draft when you are heated and get a stiff neck or lame back, you Avjll bo lookinu err. Mwrr'fTJy g will .case the for something that pain Fix your mind on BAL BETHURUM & LEWIS LARD'S SNOW LINIMENT and Attorneys at Law don't bo talked out of jt btcaiise it is the best pain relieving liniOffices in Bethurum Bdg? ment you can get anywhere. Pike 26c, 50c and $1.00 per bottle Sold Will practice in all tha Courts. .I by John Robins Brodhead, Ky. Cfaif-.lt-"" Children Ory C ASTOR A Get a Bottle Today I 64 . Children Cry :4i s,W J CASTORIA j .. t FOR FLETCHER'S - .fc--t j. -